BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Somehow, Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool just made Thanksgiving even more appealing.
If you thought Deadpool was going to sit and wait for February to roll around, you've got another thing coming. The Merc With The Mouth is headed to Sao Paolo, and he's got some... choice words for the locals.
It feels like just yesterday that 2015 began, but the reality is that we’re now deep into the final months of the year, and getting deeper and deeper into the fall. In fact, we are now just one week away from Thanksgiving, and our annual look back at the past year to give thanks to what is meaningful to us.
We are weeks away from closing the books on 2015, and while there are still numerous blockbusters preparing to drop between now and New Year’s Day – from Star Wars: The Force Awakens to The Revenant and The Hateful Eight -- we’re not ashamed to admit that we’re jumping the gun a tad and starting to look forward to the sheer number of eye-popping features that are going to entertain us in 2016.
Although we didn’t see much of Negasonic Teenage Warhead in Deadpool’s first trailer, she’s going to play a key role in the story in this way, and now we know how.
As if we didn’t already know it, Deadpool is going to be a pretty hardcore superhero movie. And, now, it looks like the mayhem may take an on additional focus that has very little to do with destruction.
Despite her short screen time in the preview, Gina Carano is going to have quite a bit to do in Deadpool as Angel Dust, and this includes a brutal fight with longtime X-Men member Colossus.
Hugh Jackman will play Wolverine for the last time in 2017’s Wolverine 3, but we’re wondering if before that, he might sneak in a cameo during Deadpool.
When the red band trailer for Deadpool hit San Diego Comic-Con, and then was subsequently leaked all over the internet, fans of the "merc with a mouth" drew a sigh of relief.
The big screen adaptation of Deadpool needed some help on the way to movie theaters everywhere, and as it turns out, it got a boost from two unexpected filmmakers.
So, you may have seen a photo over this past weekend that showed us all how the merc with a mouth spent his Halloween. He’s posing with a bunch of kids dressed up in various X-Men costumes.
Everyone involved with Deadpool’s production is confident with how the Merc with the Mouth’s solo adventure turned out, including creator Rob Liefeld, who says that fans can expect an incredible movie come February.
Movie and comic book fans likely know the road to the screen that has been the Deadpool film. It’s been such a wild ride that it’s a near miracle that the movie was ever made.
Would you believe Deadpool was inspired by a 1980's comedy classic? Sure you would. But you won't believe which classic is the source of said inspiration.
Tim Miller directs the Deadpool movie, which opens in theaters on February 12. In addition to Reynolds, it stars Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Ed Skrein, and Gina Carano. I wonder what they went as for Halloween? And why didn’t they Tweet it, like their leading man did?
While the upcoming Deadpool movie is already a vast improvement over the last time we saw the character on screen (the merc with no mouth?), he’s not the only character who’s getting a bit of a remake in next year’s film.
According to Deadpool director Tim Miller, the upcoming film provides a unique occasion to keep the mask on without sacrificing the expression of the hero.
The good news is that retribution for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is on the way. After years of being stuck in development hell because of studio executives with no vision for the potential of comic book movies, Deadpool is actually moving forward. 20th Century Fox has officially announced that the movie will be released on February 12, 2016 – which means that production will start up within the next six months.
Deadpool finished filming this past May, and to commemorate its conclusion, Ryan Reynolds took something from the set he definitely wasn’t supposed to.
Deadpool has a lot separating it from most other superhero movies, from its R rating to its fourth wall-breaking anti-hero protagonist. Now Ryan Reynolds has called attention to this key difference as well.